Advanced search think it's unfair to get a fly in my ear TWICE in a few weeks?

(11 Posts)
duchesse Fri 26-Jun-09 04:00:55

Was woken up a few minutes ago (3am! and I'm pregnant!! where's the justice, I ask you?) by some creature trying to buzz its damn fool way out of my ear. No idea what size fly- I assume anything would sound huge that close up.

I would find it funny if it weren't the second time in a few weeks the same thing has happened.

And we've run out of cotton buds, so I'm left wondering if the bloody thing isn't still in there, just lying doggo until I try to go back to sleep.

screamingabdab Fri 26-Jun-09 06:05:43

Oh, you poor thing.

I thought this thread was going to be about getting flamed on MN

duchesse Fri 26-Jun-09 13:46:14

grin There would definitely have been a lot less angry buzzing with a flea, abdab!

LilRedWG Fri 26-Jun-09 13:47:27

Do you have VERY large ears? ;)

Seriously, it is not fair and I hate it when that sort of thing happens.

duchesse Fri 26-Jun-09 13:48:36

I suspect more of a midge size- but sounded very big that close to my eardrum...

duchesse Fri 26-Jun-09 13:54:57

And, no, my ears are not huge, but perfectly tiny and shell-like. The creature had no business taking up residence in them.

Pyrocanthus Fri 26-Jun-09 13:57:31

You are being bullied. It's not right.

FlyMeToDunoon Fri 26-Jun-09 14:13:08

Is there something in there that they might be interested in?


I was stung twice whilst pg never stung before and never since. Perhaps pregnancy hormones are irresistable to flying insects.

duchesse Fri 26-Jun-09 21:50:16

I actually inhaled one of the buggers earlier. Went straight to my throat and nearly made me vomit. I really am feeling got at by the entire species.

duchesse Fri 26-Jun-09 21:51:42

Like your nickname, Dunoon. Rub it in, why don't you? wink

When you say something they might be interested in, do you mean something like the rat that died in there last week?

FlyMeToDunoon Sat 27-Jun-09 21:01:07

Well don't some brain cells die when you are PG?

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